Elizabeth Keep was plucked from Westwood Middle after 13 years and placed at Winter Haven High involuntarily just days before she was to report back to work.
This week, do one small thing for a school.
That’s a challenge proposed by Audrey Nettlow, director of The Public Education Partnership of Winter Haven.
To Yahoo, he was misternews2000. To WSTU AM 1450, he was news director. To the Treasure Coast, he was the voice listeners tuned in to for 31 years to hear his coverage of Martin and St. Lucie counties.
Officials removed two children and nine dogs from a Fellsmere home deemed in “deplorable condition,” infested with fleas, cockroaches and flies. They also found drugs and a gun that may have been used in a years-old homicide.
The Supreme Court sided with a microbiologist who poisoned her husband’s pregnant lover, ruling that she was wrongly convicted under a federal chemical weapons law.
Andrew Dunn doesn’t even like spelling, but he found himself peering off stage into a crowd of hundreds to spell a-l-i-m at Scripps National Spelling Bee.
The Washington Monument and Statue of Liberty both closed for repairs after natural disasters in recent years, but the threat to iconic landmarks and historic sites is far from over, said the Union of Concerned Scientists.